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TITE OMATTA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. .TELY 1?. 100.-. '
! SAMSON El'LES 1 HE DIAMOND
Een'i IVght Hand Van 8howi Hit
y Prowtw In Sew Line.
BALL PLWERS GUESTS AT THE DEN
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAUA
OMAHA MEN AND THEIR HOODIES
Woodmen of the TJorld and
Boys of bnJoodcB"aft
City Council Will Hot Abandon Plan to
PT8 Twenty-Fourth Street.
NEW ORDINANCE IN COMMITTEE'S HANDS
Omaha and ! Mvlnn Trama Bent
(Ufr th lllath Haute and (ilvrn
hcit All Ihrrf la to Dt
Had In Qnltrrn,
iid the hasp bull toams onmo also!
rrlns; to tli Ak Hur-Bi n porform-
t th don liiKt cvf-nlnK. Il was hotter
a I h thref-i liiRfd rlrrus. with tho me-
rimr-rlo, sawdmt, iod leninnnilp and t'op-
fnra on the slilr. A lnr(c croud -wns on
Land to r the bull twlrlrr art nil thry
flcservrd. It aa worth a whole bunch of
mln cneek and a seat ruithlon to hop Pa
llourkc ride the bare-barked horse around
the ring and then play card with death by
jumping head flrM from the top of the
tent. And then the crowd Just rooted until
the lights flickered and the hum san
wlchr In the back room trembled when
PHI Rchipko made, a one-handed atop and
NIC k Carter made a bunt. And when
Johnny Oonriliig threw a long one over to
second someone In the andtenca repeated
Perkins' immortal words, "Arise and
The members of the Omaha and Ies
Moines base Imll teams were the special
guests of honor at tho den last evening
and when a bunch of ball players are on
the guest list of King Ak-Snr-Hen's court
there is no occasion to go to sleep.
Other F.iercUes Also.
Judge Cqn Baker wore the grand mufti's
i toga last evening and filled that high po
eltlon with becoming dignity. The Judge
was at his best with a f w appropriate re-
j marks. Following the Judge, Mayor Wolz
i of Fremont. Senator Sullivan of Casper,
S W'yo.; J. T. Andrus of Salt Lake City and
Bam Mortenson of Chicago threw out a
' few words of comfort and felicitation to
f Those In front.
i Samson read nn Invitation from the Fre
! mont Jjrlvlng club inviting the knights and
1 friends to attend the race meet at Fremont
! July 25 to 28.
I Next Monday evening will be the first
special out-of-town Initiation night, when
1 a large delegation Is expected from various
f nearby point. !
J . Samson's Gneat List.
' Lat "vening's out-of-town guests were
i i Thll Harman, Henry Schuti. John Peters
niinnrn AnaTsen, t. ana J. K. Wheeler
of Millard, Hufua Haney, Hyannls; Milton
Hyal. Mitchell: John Hatchelor. Valentino:
v. n. nojiKinn, Hastings; Henry Bmlthj
lanwin, iiinci nuiuvan, tjasper, Wyo.
Howard Wakefield. Cleveland, ft- Ham
Mortenson, Chicago; J, T. Andrus, Bait
i-ase iity; w. i. Hell, Kansas City; E. B.
Murphy, Minneapolis; B. E. Fields, John
I B. Miles, Qeorge Wols and W. F. Frits,
rrruiuni, a. jjecner, Austin, Minn.; Wll-
Ham Delss. RhelbyvlHe. Ky.; F. B. Kim
ball. Beatrice: J. J. McCloskev. Florence
I Colo.; Harry Welch, W'ahoo; Claude Ross-
IV. man, rnumari, rv. i . ; John rook. Austin
"llnn.: I-onls Manske, Milwaukee; V. H.
appelle, Ies Moines; B. J. Brown and
.ua uoit, cnicago; j. r. Blls, Minneapolis
Ckaaabcrlala'a Colle, Cholera and
This la unquestionably the most success
ful medicine In use for bowel complaints,
and It Is now the recognised standard over
a. large part of the civilised world. A
few dose of It will Invariably cure an ordl
nary attack of diarrhoea. It ha been
used in nine epidemic of dysentery with
perfect success. It can always be de
pended upon, even In th more severe at
tack of cramp, oollc and cholera morbus.
It 1 equally successful for 'summer diar
rhoea . and cholera Infantum In children.
and Is the mean of saving- the lives of
many children eaoh year. When reduced
with -water 'and sweetened It Is pleasant
to take, which Is Important when medicine
Is to be given to small children. Every
man of a family should keep this remedy
li) his home. Buy It now. It may save
Benjamin Franklin si an Advertiser
Every one knows that Benjamin Franklin
was a philosopher and a patriot, and all
newspaper men recognise that he was the
first great American newspaper man, but
few realise that he was a good advertiser,
V. W. Ayer A Son, the Advertising
Agents of Philadelphia, Issued a a Fourth
of July aouvenlr a handsome booklet, under
the title of "In the Land of Benjamin,"
which set forth many most Interesting
facts regarding Franklin, and features,
Vfnly n advertising agency could, Benja
tin advertising Ideas ana practice
I ranklln's i shrewd sens In using the
ivrinted page to tell people what he wanted
mem to Know, raaae mm an excellent ex
ample for the business men of all time,
Th book abound In many fact concern
Ing th most Interesting men In our his
tory, and bring out In clear light hi grasp
and use of the advertising idea.
I The hovse of N. W. Ayer A Bon. In the
Jrm Land of Beajamfa. ha a history of it
own ana methods of It own. It 1 no
disparagement to other to say that
has don more advertising, and more to de
JmN velop newspaper advertising than any other
Xrm In hiatory.
' Ryan Falls Hard.
While watching the ball aama from the
high stone wall on Thirteenth and Arbor
streets Monday afternoon, John Ryan, a
laborer living at Thirteenth and Fredrick
street, full from the wall and sustained
TAN SHOE SALE
Continues AH This Week
This hot weather plays
haroc with your feet you
need the coolest shoe you can
Are the most comfortable
thing you can wear and
when you can get them at
about one-half the regular
price you can't afford to siif
fer with your feet. We uold
hundreds of pairs of them
last week and will continue
to sell them all this week at
the same reduction in price,
nothing reserved. All Men's,
Women's and Children's Tan
Bhoes at less than factory
M I DREXEL SHOE CO.
1419 Farnam SL
FRED II. DAVIS
a broken left leg, sn tigly cut In his tipper
Hp and a slightly bruised left arm. Police
Burgeon iJingdon responded to a call
for the cltv ambulance and removed Ryan
to th police station where he dressed his
ROCK ISLAND ASKED TO SETTLE
Jefferson Connty Man Brings Salt for
Damages Owing to an
A transcript from the district court of
Jefferson county, Nebraska, was filed In
the United States circuit court Monday
afternoon, wherein Fred Koch, a resident
of. Plymouth, Jefferson county, sues the
Rock Island for $5,570 damages and costs
of suit. The plaintiff alleges In his peti
tion that he suffered severe and permanent
personal Injuries through being run down
by a Rock Island train near the vlllaga
of Plymouth on November 17. 1904. whllo
crossing the tracks Of that road. The
train was a special and It la alleged was
running at a high rate of speed, forty-five
miles per hour, and gave no signal of Its
approach by whistle or bell, and that It
approach wti obscured by a number of
freight cars on a siding. Koch was driving
across the track at the moment In his
buggy and was struck by the train. Ills
buggy was demolished, his horse killed.
and his right leg was broken and he was
otherwise Injured about tho head and
shoulders, receiving no less than fifteen
face wounds. The damages claimed are for
his bodily Injuries, doctor's bills, and the
loss of his horse and buggy.
FIRE AND POLICE MATTERS
Wholesale Llqaor License Granted
nd Leave Given to
At the regular meeting of the Fire and
Police board held last night a license to
ell at wholesale liquor was granted to
Rudolph Weiss, who will conduct hi es
tablishment at 1114 Farnam street.
The following police officers were granted
their annual ten-day leaves of absence:
Officers Nielsen, Bloom, Brady and Inda.
Harry Trimble, a fireman at the Eighth
and Pierce streets engine house, was up
before the board On a charge of falling to
respond to an alarm of fire turned In at
t o'clock in the morning. He has been In
poor health and was let off with a repri
mand. He had an application In for a
thirty-day leave of absence, ten days with
pay and twenty without, which was
granted. He will go to Excelsior Springs
In the hope of regaining hla health. Lieu
tenant John Erlckson was also given his
annual leave. Leaves were also granted
to Firemen Jaacks, Lester, Mulvlhlll,
O'Brien, Selby, Maveln and Tight. The
meeting then adjourned until next Monday
SOME TOO SWIFT FOR OMAHA
Ilaeae Island Man Taken .Into
Custody for Whlssinar in Hla
A. w. Oregory, a well known manu
facturer of Wickford, R. I., came all the
way from his home to Omaha In an auto
mobile only to be taken into custody by
the police of this city for violating the
speed ordinance. Mr. Oregory Is touring
the country In his auto and arrived here
several days ago, but on account of some
repairs needed on hla machine, was com
pelled to stop over her for some time. II
got his machine out of the Powell garage
and was speeding down Farnam street, ac
cording to Officers Sawyer and Jackson, at
a rate which far exceeded the alloted
twelve mile per hour. Mr. Oregory, after
being told that he had been driving too
fast, invited the officers Into hi machine
for a tide so that he might show them
what a splendid make It was. The three
rode to the police station where the Rhode
Islander put up the necessary bond for his
appearance before Judge Berka this morn
Contraetor Kleked by Horse.
F. C. Jackson, a contractor engaged In
the filling up of the Great estrrn right
of-way at Seventeenth and Marcy streets
while working yesterday afivruoon was
kicked In the forehead by a horse will
kait fallen down the embankment and
which Mr. Jackson was trying to pull up
with the aid of a rope. The wound was
nalnful though not serious, it being only
superriclal. Police Surgeon illis was
railed and dressed the wouud, aftvr which
the contractor was removed to the Central
hospital. Mr. Jackson lives at Thirtieth
and burden street.
VMbMnsnwibTllilltoMo' rarfor taetr
atiidra wuile Tmuuui fur r yifty Tmi.
It SuuUm Obll.l, lurual tt gun. auM
all pa&. euras tu aUM aud Is taa Im
twmi fur diarrt
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Shoveling in the Coin.
BEST WHEAT EVER RAISED
Quality of Crop Surpasses Anything Tet
Produced by Yabraika.
ALL NUMBER TWO AND EXTRA HEAVY
Some Omaha Dealer ho Sample
Receipts Say There Is Ko
Number Three In the
Nebraska harvest fields have begun the
outpour of their golden flood of wheat
Into the lap of Omaha. Eight cars arrived
Monday and ten Saturday, and In less
nan two weeks, when the smoke of the
threshers will cast a haxe over the state,
there will be a good many times that
amount coming In dally. .
The new crop is of the highest quality
ever marketed In Omaha. It all grades
No. 2 and tests GO to 63 pounds, nearly all
of it running 62 or over. Such a condition
is rarelv ever seen In any market.'
'There Is not a bushel of No. 8 wheat
In the state, it is all No. 2," said a local
dealer. "This grain is absolutely perfect,
Run your hand through It with your eyes
shut and you find It so hard and heavy
you might think you were handling shot.
The soundness and plumpness of this
year' crop is in marked contrast to the
the quality of that of last year, when a
large percentage of the crop was damaged
by rain in July and No. t was not fre
quently seen, me kernels or the new
wheat are large, plump and of the best
The wheat sold Saturday on the Omaha
market for sOHiiSl'Ac. The price Monday
Estimates vary as to the size of the win
ter crop. W. C. Sunderland and Floyd
Campbell say the state has raised 40,000,
OuO bushels and other grain men agree with
them. A. H. Bewsher puts the figures at
85,000,000. The best winter crop to date
was in 1902, when 35,000,000 bushels were
harvested. The total crop this season will
be less than In two or three others years.
for the reason that the acreage of spring
wheat lc greatly decreased.
The movement of the crop ha begun
earlier than usual. This Is due not to the
earliness of the crop, for it wasn't early,
but to the fact that prices are good. A
lower .market is predicted soon, however.
owing to the good prospects for a large
crop In the northwestern states.
WOMAN TAKES CARBOLIC ACID
Prompt Aetlon by Police Surgeons
Save Her Life, Though She is
still Very III.
Police Surgeons Willis and Langdon sue-
cessfully pulled Nellie Russell, 5 North
Fourteenth street, from the brink of the
grave where she had gone by her own
free will. About midnight she woke up
her husband, Carl Russell, a barber at
Seventeentn and Howard streets, savin
that she had taken a dose of carbolic acid
The police surgeons were called and had
It not been for their prompt action the
woman would have died. As it is she is In
a bud physical condition, but proper care
will pull her through.
After she had gotten out of the grip
of the poison she said that ahe did not
want to die after all. No motive Is ad
vanced for the act.
SUGAR BEET GROWERS COMING
Colony 'of German Farmer Looking
for Land in Western
Charles Kansler of 103) Halsted street.
Chicago, writes The Bee as follows
Doctor Knit! Doon of Chicago, author
and publisher of a German "Guide Through
America for ImmUratiti," has been noti
fied that quite a number of farmers from
yie neighborhood of Magdrburg, Germany,
where they sold their sugar beet lands,
are on their way to the United Slates
where they Intend to acquire large tracts
of land for the cultivation of sugar beets,
and even to erect a sugnr factory. Dr.
Doon. who, since last fall, has secured
homesteads for about 1.000 Immigrants, has
been asked to take the iarty to all sugar
growing districts of the United States, and
will start on this trip In the beginning of
Everybody who has tried Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve, for cuts, burns and wounds,
ay it' a wonder. 2&e; guaranteed. For
sale by Sherman McConnell Drug Co.
Harry B. Davis, undertaker. Tel. 1221
NELSON Swan, July 1. 1. aged 71
years 11 months and I day.
Funeral Tuesday at 1 p. m. from family
residence. 104 S. kith. Interment forest
Lawn, attend Invited.
Creates Improvement Dlstrlrt G nnd
Provides for Aelna Cost of
Vltrltled ravlnsi to Property
to Middle of Blork.
The city council will not let up on the
pavement of Twenty-fourth street as was
shown by an ordinance Introduced at the
meeting last night creating Improvement
district "Q," and providing for the paving
of the street from A to Q streets with
vltrltled brick. This paxing district Is to
be known as district No. Zl. Taxes will
be assessed back to the middle of the
block both east and west of Twenty-fourth
street. This ordinance was referred to
the Judiciary committee.
A petition was presented asking that
Twenty-second street from S to Y streets,
be graded. This petition was reported on
favorably by the city engineer and the
Representatives of the Standard Voting
Machine company were presented. The
contract offered by them shows that the
first payment on eight machines must be
paid in cash on September 1. This pay
ment amounts to ll.DOO. The deferred pay
ments will be made in sums of Jl.nOO each
at yearly intervals, with interest at 4 per
cent. The contract further culls for In
structors and model.
The Workman Carnival club was granted
permission to run shows during the six
days' carnlvnl without a license.
Four cinder sidewalk ordinances were
passed with the consent of Councilman
Martin, who returned from the east Mon
While considerable work was gone
through with there was little done of In
terest to the general public.
Captain Shields Home.
Captain P. H. Shields has returned from
a ten days' stay In Wyoming. A party
was formed at Cheyenne consisting of Rev.
Dr. Tlndall, Charles Thlede, Grant Klddoo
and Captain Shields and the party fished
for six days on the banks of the Laramie
river. Shields Is particularly proud of
the trout he caught, and he said that he
brought a few home. Dr. Tlndall Is also
greatly pleased with his few days outing
and returns home with glowing accounts
of a fishing trip never to be forgotten.
After Moveable Property.
Personal Tax Collector Rldgeway Is look
ing for person who owe taxes on the 1905
levy and are liable to remove from the
city. While taxes on this levy Is not pay
able until October 1 the law provides that
after the levy is made the treasurer has
the right to collect taxes where there Is a
prospect of those owing moving from the
city. Notices were served yesterday by
Rldgeway on three merchants on Twenty
fourth street who are moving their stocks
of goods to other points. Unless the taxes
are paid before the goods are taken away,
the big van will be called and the pay
ment enforced by a levy on goods enough
to satisfy the taxes.
City May Purchase Property.
A member of the city council has asked
George & Co. to set a . price on a lot
In Sullivan's addition. The Intention of the
city authorities Is to buy J.hls lot In order
to open up a street from.U to V streets
opposite Thirty-fourth street from the
south. This matter has come up In the
council before and now there Is an urgent
request that something be done to provide
access through this one' block. No price
has been set on the property by tho owners
but the council will most lively be advised
In the matter within a webk.
Fishing Party Leaves Today.
This afternoon M. E. Welch, P. J. Mar
tin, Councilman W. P. Adklns and a cou
ple of others leave for Blue Lake, la., for a
two or three days' fishing trip. The party
will take along a darkey mascot and they
promise to bring back enough fish to keep
the people around the city hall supplied for
Superintendent McLean Returns.
J. A. McLean, superintendent of schools
In South Omaha, has returned from the
east. While away Mr. McLean attended
the session of the National Teachers asso
ciation and after these meetings closed he
visited friends In Philadelphia and Pitts
burg. Mr. McLean returns hearty and
rugged and asserts that the trip did him
a great deal of good, not only from an
educational standpoint but also from the
sea bathing and the pleasure of meeting
old acquaintances. Superintendent Mc
Lean Intends to remain at his office In the
high school building each forenoon now
and will be pleased to meet his friends.
St. Agnes Lawn Social.
This evening there is to be a lawn social
and musical festival at the St. Agnes'
church grounds. Twenty-third and Q
streets. Music Is to be furnished by a
band and refreshments will be served. In
addition to this a musical treat will be
given In the way of singing. A number of
well known vocalists have been invited
to be present and render a selection or
two. Should the weather be fine the
grounds will doubtless be overcrowded.
The public Is Invited to attend this social.
Magic City Gossip.
The addition to Corrlgan school Is now
ready for the roof.
Miss Ethel Elliott of Columbus. O.. is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Talbot.
George H. Brewer and wife have gone to
Spirit Lake, la., for a few days' outing.
Councilman William Martin Is hack from
a ten days' visit with friends In Chi
cago. The big Armour smoke stack Is now
about 100 feet high and is growing every
MIfs Myrtle Keefer, one of the clerks at
the postofflce has gone east on a two weeks'
Mrs. Edward Cahow and children have
returned from a month spent with friends
on the Pacific coast.
The extreme heat Monday afternoon was
one reason given for the lack of trade at
the South Omaha stores.
There Is some talk on the streets about
an ordinance being Introduced in the coun
cil reguluting the width of tires on ve
hicles. Chief Brlggs Is looking up records re
garding the assaults made on Japanese
employes of the packing houses skice the
strike commenced last July. This report
No woman who uses ''Mother's Frlcnl" need fear the suffering
and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror
and insures safety to life of mother and child, and leaves her in
a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is
also healthy, strong and
good natured. Our book
Motherhood," is worth
its weight in gold to every
woman, and will be sent free
envelope by addressing application
Crod field Regulator Co. Atlanta
Special Train Leaves
8 A. EVL, Thursday, July 27th.
Competitive Drills, Public Speaking
an elaborate programme.
'BflHaUTM f Iff ' fr I
la tn he forwarded tnrougn
board to the Japanese consul at
gCIIMOI.LF.lt A MlEl.LKIt.
The niar Plnno Ilonse gtnrts Still An
other Branch Store.
On August 1 Schmoller and Mueller will
open a store at 431 North Twenty-fourth
street. South Omaha, which will make a
total of flvo Mtores and a factory owned
and controlled by this firm. They now
have stores at Lincoln, Sioux City, Council
Hluff. Omaha and South Omaha, besides
the factory at 1407 Harney street, which
at present Is the temporary location of
the firm, awaiting the completion of their
new five-story building at 1313 Farnam
street, which will be the largest, best
equipped and most modern exclusive piano
house west of Chicago. It is the Inten
tion of the firm to make their South Omaha
store modern In every detail. It will be
under the management of Mr. E. E. An
derson, who has been an active salesman
with the company for seven year. He
has a large acquaintance in South Omaha
and no doubt will prove a success.
Th Line Ueaatltal."
Lehigh Valley railroad. Delightful rout
to New York, Philadelphia and Atlantic
const re-sorts. Five through trains dally.
Dining cars, a la carte. Connects at Buf
falo and Niagara Fall with all train from
For time tables and descriptive matter
address George Eade, Jr., Western Passen
ger Agent. 218 South Clark St.. Chicago, I1L
New York and Philadelphia
cannot be more pleasantly or conveniently
reached than by the Grand Trunk-Lehlgh
Valley Double Track Route via Niagara
Falls. Solid through trains, magnificent
Descriptive literature sent free on appli
cation to Geo. W. Vaux, A- Q. P. & T. A.,
Grand Trunk Railway System, 135 Adams
12.HO to St. Pant nnd Minneapolis
and Return Via Chicago Great
Tickets on sale dally to September 30th.
Final return limit October 31st. Also equally
low rates to Minnesota. North Dakota,
Colorado. Utah and Wyoming point. Foi
further information apply to S. D. Park
hurst, general agent, 1511 Farnam street,
New Merchant Tailor.
Charles W. Wedell. i3 years with William
and Smith Co. and 6 years with Frank J.
Ramge, recognized as one of the leading
cutters of the west, will open a first-class
tailor shop In the Orpheum theater bldg..
cor. 16th and Harney, about August 10,
with a new and up-to-date line of woolens.
Special Sunday Rates to Great West
ern Park. Manning-. Iowa.
Only one fare for the round trip. Tickets
on sale every Sunday to and Including
Sunday, September 17. For furthei Infor
mation apply to 8. D. Parkhurst, gt:ieral
agent, 1612 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb.
OUR FARE TO HOT SPRIXGS. ARK..
PJu $2. for round trip, daily, good for SO
day. Summer Is the best time for treat
ment. Ask any ticket agent.
The following marriage licenses have
Name and Residence. Age.
Vincent P. Unitt, Omaha j3
Bertha I Ackler, Omaha 21
Robert F. Finan, Chicago, 111 25
Emma I. Jones, Chicago. Ill 25
Frank Suverkrubue. Douglas county 24
Anna M. Hansen. Douglas county 21
William H. Thelnhart, Omaha 29
Vorna Barnes, Omaha 21
Robert W. Hi hwelmlcr, Omaha 21
Johanna Gudath, Omaha , 2S
12-R. wedding rings. Edholni. jeweler.
Royal League Plenle.
The Royal League of Omaha give a
trolley party and picnic tonight at Krug
park. Over 1.K tickets have been sold
and a pleasant outing and trip to this
well-known resort Is promised. Ten special
cars have been contracted for. They leave
1 Fifteenth and Farnam at 7 : 15 p. m. and
Make the run to Krug park without mak
ing any stop.
By agreement, the suit In ejectment of
Tt ter K. Her against Rome Miller. Involv
ing the potttiessliin of the Her Grand and
certain cither property, has been postponed
by Judge Insonhaler to July 31.
And many other painful and serious
ailments from which most mothers
suffer, can be avoided by the use of
Mothers Fneid. This creat remedy
is a God-send to women, carrying
them through their most critical
ordeal with safety and no pain.
,0a. U UUULjUUL
Between Cody, Wyoming, and Yellowstone Tark,
reached by the Burlington's northwest line into the Big
Log Cabin Inns: Wapiti Wiekivp at Elk
Fork, 38 miles from Cody.
Pahanka Tepee at Middle
Fork, 46 miles from Cody.
These are new stopping places in the mountains In
the midst of a fine game and fishing country.
Yellowstone Park: Beyond Pahaaka to the
Lake Hotel, Yellowstone Park, is a 32-mile ride over
Bjlvan Pass. There is no scenery in the Park grander
than the scenery along this new route.
Cody Wyoming, is the headquarters for out
fitting regular stages, special teams, guides, horses and
equipment for any kind of an expedition into this sports
Very Low Rates: A special daily rate of
$30.10 to Cody and return will be in effect all summer.
Beyond Cody very reasonable rates for transporta
tion by regular or special teams, also at the Log Cabin
Inns. Inquiries are invited. Address D. Franklin Powell,
Irma Hotel, Cody, Wyo., or Yellowstone Park Camping
Company, Cody, Wyo.
Special Folder: Ask for the new leaflet, ''The
Cody Road Into Yellowstone Park." , fl,,,,
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In Every Towiv to Sell
GAe SATURDAY BEE
It contains 18 pages of special magazine features, including
10 colored pages with BUSTER BROWN COMICS, altogether 30
pages, and is a big seller everywhere on Saturday afternoon, when
the farmers are in town. '
We will send any boy
For Full Particular. Write to
The OmahsL Bee,
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